IFK Mora

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IFK Mora, founded in 1909, is a sports club in Mora ni Sweden. IFK Mora is most well known for its successes in orienteering and cross-country skiing but is also active in athletics, gymnastics and football. IFK Mora and Sälens IF own and arrange Vasaloppet together every year.

The most well known profile in the club is Nils "Mora-Nisse" Karlsson, Olympic gold winner in cross-country skiing in 1948 and won Vasaloppet nine times. The men's football team has been playing two seasons in the second highest division.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Claes Glenning". September 2010. Retrieved 12 October 2011.